The interior model of the new Audi A3
Constantly connected in no way equates to distracted drivers. On the contrary, Audi connect technologies make driving more convenient and ease stress on drivers. Audi combines these technologies with new and intelligent operating and display concepts. The touchpad known as MMI touch is already available for many model lines; it lets users write numbers and other characters with their finger.
The new A3 – which Audi will show for the first time in Germany at CeBIT – features a great many control innovations. MMI touch – a major innovation in this segment – is integrated in the round cap of the rotary pushbutton. The electrically telescoping, seven-inch monitor is a mere 11 millimeters thick, reminiscent of a chic smartphone. The new Audi Phone Box serves as a universal and convenient interface between the car and cell phones.
CeBIT visitors can experience all of these innovations in a model of this premium compact car’s interior. The new A3 will go on sale in June. Initially, three different engines will be available: one TDI and two TFSI units. They will respectively deliver between 90 kW (122 hp) and 132 kW (180 hp) of output.
The equipment, data, and prices specified in this document refer to the model range offered in Germany. Subject to change without notice; errors and omissions excepted.